~ so your kids grow up financially savvy.
- Ever get sick and tired of kids begging for one more thing?
- Ever feel taken for granted because your kids don’t appreciate all you do and buy for them?
- Ever wish your teenager was more responsible with money?
- Ever wish your children had a little more patience and stop expecting things RIGHT NOW?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, my advice to you is give them an allowance. It’s as important as teaching them to swim.
Having an allowance will teach your children how to manage, use, save, spend, and value money. And, maybe most importantly, they will learn delayed gratification—a lost skill in this age of instant everything.
Growing up with an allowance means your children have a much better chance of managing their future finances responsibly. When children have their own money to spend, they soon learn the value of what they spend it on. A tempting toy that breaks the first day becomes a lesson in quality. Spending the wad on candy means there is nothing